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It has become all the rage for entrepreneurs to put out their business books on their own. Here's why it will make you less successful.
Success in school, the professional world, or at a startup all comes down to one thing, according to science out of UPenn and Stanford.
LinkedIn is moving in a much more visual direction, something fans of Instagram and similar networks are going to love.
Anyone who sells anything reaches this point at some stage.
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Millennials get a bad rap. Here's what leaders should really know about the U.S.'s largest workforce.
Technology for data storage, linguistic analysis, and image processing is changing the way we study and adapt to trends.
Visiting Barcelona on business and only have a few hours to spare? Check out these worthwhile sites and get a sense of the city.
Credit repair isn't hard. Improving your credit score doesn't take months. Just follow these simple steps to repair your credit and improve your credit score -- and your ability to borrow money on terms you can afford.
You can learn, have, or be anything if you are willing to pay the price.
Boxed CEO Chieh Huang shows off his company's Union, NJ warehouse--and gives a glimpse into why he invests so much into his employees' lives.
Your employee experience has a big impact on your business. Here's how fast growing companies deliver an awesome experience for their talent.
Psychologists have combined years of research to develop a scientific charm quiz.
They might not solve all your money issues, but they'll definitely help you get organized.
Karen Behnke's company, Juice Beauty, is now creating organic skincare with Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop label. But her start in the industry 30 years ago was far from glamorous.
Engaging in creative activities like cooking or painting can give you a legitimate, brain-based pick-me-up.
Why Reed Hasting CEO of Netflix , Jeff Weiner CEO of LinkedIn and Tristan Walker CEO of Walker & Company only hire people who fit their company cultures
The brick-and-mortar and search behemoths just entered a partnership to sell Walmart goods on Google. Could this be a rocky marriage?